CHRONIC VENOUS INSUFFICIENCY: TREATMENT BY MESOTHERAPY
Chronic venous insufficiency, is probably the most common chronic disease, which can strongly affect the quality of life of patients
As soon as there is a dysfunction of venous return of MI by valvular incontinence, with or without obstruction of the deep veins, affecting the superficial or deep venous network, lymphatic damage is inevitable.
In women, alongside the functional or organic part of the disease, the aesthetic preoccupation appears more and more early and motivates consultation more often.
Current treatments are numerous, varied and complementary, which justifies multidisciplinary care, of which the mesotherapist must be one of the actors.
What are the reasons for consultations?
- heavy legs
- telangiectasia or varicosis
- varicose veins
- cutaneous trophic disorders, pruritus
- leg ulcers
Treatment with mesotherapy is indicated in the following cases:
• In the management of venolymphatic pain
- at all stages of the CEAP classification
- before and after the surgical treatments
• And for aesthetic reasons
-in addition to the treatment of cellulite
a) Epidermal mesotherapy: IED
b) Intra-dermic mesotherapy:
- ID (I-D or burst mapping)
- IDS (I-D or burst mapping)
- Intra-Hypo-Dermal: IHP
c) Global mesotherapy or mixed technique
C 185 WELEDA
D0; D8; J15, J21; J30 the 1st month
then every 15 days. 2 or 3 months
then once a month
Mesotherapy integrates into the multidisciplinary management of chronic venous insufficiency, at all stages, with an action
- Therapeutic on edema and ulcer
- Aesthetics on the curve of the thigh and calf
The pharmacological action of mesotherapy which is mainly by the vascular and lymphatic system explains the good results obtained in vascular pathologies.
Treatment with mesotherapy is therefore both preventive and curative.